Fresh off his re-election, Westchester County Executive George Latimer will address the region’s business, non-profit and community leaders. Latimer will discuss the key initiatives of his administration and the region’s economic opportunities and challenges. He will set forth his vision and goals for the upcoming year.
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Lynne Richardson is dean of the LaPenta School of Business at Iona College (NY). Previously, she served as dean of the Colleges of Business at the University of Mary Washington (VA), Mississippi State University, and Ball State University. She began her career at the University of Alabama at Birmingham as a marketing professor.
Lynne holds a PhD in Marketing from the University of Alabama. Active in her communities, Lynne is a three-time Rotarian, has served on United Way Boards in two communities, and has been a leader in United Way campaigns in two communities. She also served as president of the Birmingham American Marketing Association and was a Girl Scout leader in three councils. Lynne has been a board member for both a hospital and a publicly traded bank, as well as numerous nonprofits.
She has served two nonconsecutive three-year terms as a member of the AACSB International Board of Directors (the world’s premier business thought leadership and accreditation organization) and served on the Beta Gamma Sigma Board of Governors (the global honor society for business schools). She has served AACSB as in numerous roles–from chair of two affinity groups, to speaker at conferences, to member of 25+ accreditation peer review teams, to facilitator of seminars.
Lynne has been married to Woody, a retired strategy professor, for 30+ years; they have three adult children who are all independent! Woody has retired to Gulf Shores, Alabama, where he can fish every day. He and Lynne are doing the commuter-thing for the next several years.
Michael P. Goldrick, age 56, is Executive Vice President & Chief Lending Officer, a position he has held since joining PCSB Bank (f/k/a Putnam County Savings Bank) in October 2012. His position oversees Commercial Lending, Residential Lending and Loan Operations. PCSB Bank was founded in 1871 and is now a $2 billion asset commercial bank headquartered in Yorktown Heights, NY, with 15 branches located in Westchester, Putnam, Dutchess & Rockland counties.
Before joining PCSB Bank, Mr. Goldrick held various management and executive positions in the banking industry since 1987, when he began his career at North Fork Bank & Trust Company as a Credit Trainee and Loan Officer. From 2001 to 2005 Mr. Goldrick was Vice President, Commercial Loans, at M&T Bank, specializing in middle market C&I loans. From 2005 to 2008 he was Executive Vice President for Business and Professional Banking a Hudson Valley Bank, an executive position accountable for direct and indirect management of a $1.5 billion loan and a $1.7 billion deposit portfolio. From 2008 t0 2012 Mr. Goldrick was a Senior Vice President Team Leader Commercial Banking for Provident Bank and was responsible for expansion into Westchester, Putnam, Bronx, Fairfield and related counties. Mr. Goldrick holds an MBA in Finance from Fordham University and a BS in Accounting from University of Scranton.
Michael was born and raised on Long Island and has resided in Katonah NY for the past 22+ years, along with his wife Trish. In addition to raising three children and volunteering for various sport and school activities, Mr. Goldrick is current Board Chair at the Family YMCA at Tarrytown and is past President of the Westchester County Bankers Association. As a “third generation” banker, Michael is proud to follow in the footsteps and family tradition of banking established by his grandfather Thomas F. Goldrick (former CCO of Franklin National Bank) and his Dad, Thomas F. Goldrick, Jr (retired President & CEO of State Bank of Long Island).
Shannon Seery is an economist for Wells Fargo’s Corporate and Investment Bank.
Based in New York City, she provides analysis on the U.S. macro economy, with a
primary focus on consumer spending, business investment and international trade.
Shannon regularly contributes to the group’s economic commentary and her
perspectives have been shared in The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg News, and on
National Public Radio. Her work has also been published in major academic journals,
and Shannon frequently hosts Wells Fargo’s Economic Outlook videos and podcasts.
Shannon earned a B.S. in economics from St. John’s University in New York and is
currently pursuing her M.A. in economics at New York University.
Michael Vitale serves as Senior Managing Director at Sterling National Bank based in White Plains. Mr. Vitale heads up one of The Bank’s Westchester based commercial teams with a focus on Commercial Real Estate, Multi-Family, C&I, Construction, and Property Management Banking. In addition to overseeing a team of Relationship Managers, he interacts with a portfolio of bank clients in various industries on a daily basis.
Mr. Vitale has worked in the banking industry for 15 years with previous stops at Chase and The Westchester Bank. He started his career as a Credit Analyst and then moved into Underwriting and Sales roles before taking his current position.
Mr. Vitale is active in the community serving as a Loan Committee Member for Leviticus Fund, a local Community Development Lender.
He is a graduate of Iona Prep and Fairfield University, where he majored in Economics and Math.
Mr. Vitale is a life-long Westchester resident and has lived in Somers and White Plains. He now resides in New Rochelle with his wife Christine and their two children.